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FX Outlook
March 17, 2015 Posted by
The USD is steady today despite an anemic U.S. economic report (housing starts), somewhat tempering the outlook for higher interest rates as the Fed begins their two-day policy meeting.
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FX Daily
March 16, 2015 Posted by

The week opens with a slightly weaker USD from last Friday (12-year high via the EUR), as local economic reports ahead of this week’s FOMC casts a doubt on the overall breadth of the current U.S. recovery.  The USD has been climbing amid speculation the Fed is moving closer to raising interest rates as the ECB beg

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FX Daily
March 13, 2015 Posted by
The dollar resumed its dominance after giving back some gains yesterday. The greenback is stronger against all G10 counterparts, up over 1% against all the majors.
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FX Daily
March 12, 2015 Posted by
A drop in retail sales and strong showing for banks regarding the Fed stress test is helping equities to rebound from losses over the last couple days.
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Startups; Technology
March 11, 2015 Posted by

Tracy Isacke, managing director of the Silicon Valley Bank Corporate Venture Relationship Group, discusses what the future holds for mobile commerce. 

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FX Daily
March 10, 2015 Posted by
The U.S. dollar is crushing its counterparts today as traders are predicting a Fed rate increase sooner than expected.
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FX Daily
March 09, 2015 Posted by
The dollar is trading slightly weaker to start the week. The euro is holding steady in light of the ECB starting its bond purchase program.
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
March 06, 2015 Posted by

In the March article, FX Monthly Outlook: Global Central Banks Pushing the U.S. Dollar Higher, discusses the general bullish tone for the U.S. dollar as we enter the end of Q1 2015.

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